Beyond the bridge

An Interview with Jonathan Daniels, Executive Director, Port of Baltimore
AMPORTS’ Kachroo takes a different route on auto logistics

AMPORTS new CEO Vee Kachroo has put the 60-year old auto processor on a new route in working with OEMs, railroads, ports and other supply chain partners.
AJOT’s Top 100 Container Ports – Ports in the age of disruptions

In 2023 disruptions to the world’s great sea lanes and a slowdown in demand following the post-COVID boom throttled TEU throughput at many ports around the world. 2024, however, looks to be a stronger year for container ports.
With a favorable wind, Carver Companies moving ahead

The Carver Companies, based in Coeymans, New York, is located up the Hudson River, near Albany around 140 miles from New York City. And the company is very busy and busy in a lot of different ways.
Near or far: Latin American trade

Why hasn’t trade in Latin America grown faster? And additionally, where does the United States fit into the process? These aren’t new questions, simply questions that are rolled over like sovereign debt to the next administration or generation to reframe.

Eimskip and the Port of Portland, ME
New England’s ports building their niche

Discover what's happening at the New England ports as they perfect their niche strategies
G&W’s rail portfolio links Northeast’s ports and freight

You might not recognize the name Genesee & Wyoming (G&W), but it is the biggest short rail holding company in the world. And in the Northeast, it is a key driver that keeps the region’s freight rolling.
What’s the future for ocean carrier alliances?

In 2025 Maersk and Hapag will begin their Gemini Cooperation alliance while MSC will go it alone. So with all these domino changes, what’s the future of ocean carrier alliances?
SeaCube unique vantage point of reefer tech trends

SeaCube CEO Robert Sappio discusses tech trends in the reefer business.

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